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Should we hand all our house money to our conveyancer?

Published on Thursday 9th of March 2017 07:00:29 AM in Guardian

Q We are using a conveyancer to do our legal work when we buy a house for £305,000 in cash, but are concerned about the security of the funds for the purchase while they are with the firm before we complete the sale.Is there a way ...

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